Limi Valley lies in the north-western region of Nepal in Humla district, in the remote and underdeveloped Karnali Zone. It borders Tibet on the north side. This valley houses three villages: Til, Zang, and Watson. Due to its remoteness and high altitude, this region is largely unexplored and has remain untouched for a long time. In the recent times, the valley is getting popular as a remote high altitude trekking destination. Being close to Tibet, the culture and lifestyle of the people in this region is highly influenced by Tibetan culture. The primary occupation of the people is agriculture. Homemade handicrafts are also traded for salt and other goods in Tibet. The valley has several ancient monasteries belonging to Buddhist and Bon Po religions, the primary religions in this region.
The mountain ecosystem holds endangered animals such as snow leopard, hyenas, musk deer and blue sheeps.In this trek, we will be passing Nara La at 4620 meters. It will be a tough and challenging but an adventurous trek. During the trek, we will be camping in the tents.